Taft attorney Donald Mottley will participate in the 26th Annual Ohio Tax Conference, the nation’s largest business tax conference. It will take place Jan. 24-25 at the Hyatt Regency Columbus.
The general theme of the conference is federal tax reform and policy under a new administration in Washington, D.C., as well as the Ohio business tax reform and budget.
Mottley will be a panel member in the opening day session titled “Ohio Tax and Jobs 2017.” The six member group will cover:
- Significant developments in the Commercial Activity Tax
- Economic incentives and tax credits
- Sales and use tax
- Municipal income taxation
- Taxation of pass-through entities and personal income taxes
- Real property valuation and classification
Taft will also co-sponsor the conference’s opening day luncheon for the 700 attendees. The luncheon will feature a presentation by Ohio Tax Commissioner Joseph W. Testa. He will provide insights into what’s on the horizon for tax department initiatives, tax reform, the Ohio budget and business taxes.
For more information about the conference, visit MEC Seminars.